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. >> speechless. >> jon: and is it the lesson about responsible coverage? >> i'm sorry. >> jon: msnbc mark halprin apologizes for the vulgar word aimed at the president and network. a big sex scandal under the harsh media spotlight. did the main street media assume guilt before innocent of a nationally known politician accused of rape? he's a former governor who resigned in disgrace after a prostitution scandal and then eliot spitzer turned to television for redemption. guess what? he's out of work again. >> that's it for tonight, this is my last program. >> jon: say it ain't so, joe, the vp starts tweeting. on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton, fellow new american foundation and host of the alan colmes show, fox news radio, alan colmes, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. >> oh, my god, it's a stunning verdict. >> the devil is dancing tonight. >> speechless, absolutely speechless. this baby died before her ti time. >> jon: that was just a sampling of the media reaction on the casey anthony trial to florida
analyst mark halprin has been suspended from msnbc after making an off-color remark about president obama. halprin, editor at "time" magazine appeared on the "morning joe" show when he uttered the comment. we have bleeped out the offensive word. >> i thought he was kind of a [ bleep ] yesterday. >> oh my god, delay that. delay that. what are you doing? >> i think the president -- >> i can't believe you -- i was joking. don't do that. >> i can't explain why i did it. it was inappropriate, it was disrespectful. i've a aeady apologized, i will again to the president, and say i'm sorry, i'm sorry to the viewers. it was the kind of thing that you can't really explain but i take full responsibility for it. it was a mistake and disrespectful and i shouldn't have said it. >> msnbc and halprin quickly apologized for the remark. >>> out of nowhere a physical attack on the president of france. nicolas sarkozy was shaking hands with the crowd when a man grabbed him suddenly. almost pulling him down. sarkozy's security tackled the man. the 32-year-old attacker was unarmed and is still being questioned
can you say about this? >> mark halprin was just banned indefinitely from msnbc for using a crude anatomical determine to -- term to describe the president as a jerk, he's banned. chris matthews calls republicans terrorists saying they want to bring the government down and that is okay. i've got to think, there comes a point where conservatives have got to , why are we going on this man's show? why are we giving him aid and comfort? this man believes not just exaggeration and hyperbole, but character assassination is acceptable now to be used against conservatives. >> sean: it is beyond the pale and it happens more and more, nobody seems to be outraged. we said similar things we know what the result would be in the media. i don't think halprin should have been suspended. he was assured, don't worry we'll hit the dump button and they didn't do it. and they threw him overboard, when they promised, i'll catch you if you fall. >> you have to be civil when dealing with liberals. you can say anything you want conservatives. >> sean: great point. on the same network, i guess the media's
. half minute to break. >> i have two words, mark halprin. the line keeps changing. >> he was suspended by for using a bad joke but wouldn't necessarily say he is an incendiary figure. >> it depends how far you go. you bring up nazis and the holocaust every week people think you have left the reservation. >> thank you for avoiding any words that will get us suspended. >>> still to come, a "new york times" columnist badly botched joke and fox news unloads on jon stewart in the feud that just won't die. media monitor is next. >>> closing arguments in the casey anthony murder trial began this morning and msnbc and fox news are taking it live, as is cnn's sister network hln. this tragic case, to me, is the most over covered trial since o.j. and i hate the way the media turned it in to a soap opera. the "new york times" media column tweeted if i were booking tv like bill maher the last person ever i would choose to be me. >> he stepped in it with these words. >> i think new jersey is more sophisticated because i'm from there. >> if it's missouri, no big deal. that's the sloping foreheads, th
in the break but where is mark halprin when you need him to say the infamous word on air that we are all thinking? he is trying to remain relevant. anybody who can't argue very smartly on the facts just turns to insult and name-calling. that is what the show does? they bring in the hollywood actor moss who are as deep as a puzzle and sit around and say cuss words and insults. they make the left look so bad. >> bob: even i was appalled by that. certain point, bill, baby, carry it too far. but don't equate the rest of us with bill maher, i don't know a single liberal that picked on that child. i never did and i don't know others so don't lump us all under his banner. >> andrea: where is the national organization for women? where are the leftest organizations coming out denouncing what he says? i don't hear any except for you, bob. >> bob: i don't know. i don't know. >> greg: while i was reading it, you said something i wish i could repeat. why is bill the way he is? >> dana: i read what he said but had not heard him saying it. that is different. i'm no psychiatrist but he described his vie
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